Alcoholic drinks are contributing to an obesity epidemic and the vast majority of people have no idea how many calories their drinks contain, British doctors say.
One in every six days spent in hospitals can be attributed to obesity-related causes for those aged 45 and up, according to new research.
A Slovakian start-up has unveiled their latest car/plane hybrid that they say will revolutionise the transport industry.
Changing your gait can change your mood.
40% of internet users report having been harassed - and 1 in 5 has experienced harassment they described as severe.
This British illustrator has an antenna into his skull which allows him to translate colours into sounds.
Members of the public around the world now have the chance to bankroll young scientists carrying out cutting-edge research, thanks to a new crowd funding platform...
Google has announced a partnership with artificial intelligence teams at Oxford University to teach machines to think like people.
Zuckerberg didn’t shy away from some tougher topics—and he even tried a few jokes. And regardless of the slip-ups, his audience clearly loved the fact that he...
Sleep deprivation can take a heavy mental toll.
A closer look begs some deep questions about the very nature of the selfie.

Google to take on internet pirates

Google is set to charge sites for increased prominence in search results in an effort to tackle the multi-billion dollar piracy problem.
Positive thinking can hinder more than it helps by zapping people's motivation to work toward their goals.
The cognitive benefits of multilingualism.
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